Introducing 122 Fifth Avenue. A matchless opportunity available for the first time in 30 years.
When you close your eyes and think of the perfect place to work in NYC, 122 Fifth Avenue is your answer. Situated between 17th & 18th Street, Bromley Companies has teamed up with STUDIOS Architecture to thoughtfully redesign the building from top to bottom.
- 1995 - 2000
- 2020 - 2022
Designed by the prolific Ladies’ Mile architect Robert Maynicke, a pioneer of modern loft buildings, built for real estate developer Henry Corn
Early Tenants at 122 Fifth included:
– Mercantile Firms
– Millinery and Retail Dry Goods
– Book and Magazine Publishers
– Morris Vogel, Jewelry
– Manufacturers of photographic apparatus
Marcel Duchamp’s Fountain is one of his most famous works and is widely seen as an icon of twentieth-century art
The Fountain was originally purchased from J.L. Mott Iron Works located at 120 Fifth Ave
120 and 122 Fifth Ave retail storefronts along the Ladies’ Mile District
122 Fifth Ave was home to many early inventors, including the Air-O-Phone Corporation
Willy Greenburg (pictured far left) owner of 122 Fifth Ave for half a century, allowed artists to sell their paintings at the building and received many pieces of art in lieu of rent. Mr. Greenburg generously donated Milton Avery paintings to The Met in the early 80’s. He became a mentor and friend to William Haines (pictured middle).
Bromley Companies buys building and land
Barnes and Noble moves corporate headquarters to 122 Fifth Ave
Gap Inc opens flagship store at 122 Fifth Ave
Extensive capital improvements along streetscape
$100M+ full building reimagination